Marley A. Woodall
A. Woodall Jr.
Marley A. Woodall, Jr. is a graduate of Old
Dominion University with
a Master of Business Administration and a
Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
He also, graduated from Calhoun Marine Engineering
School and was a licensed Engineering Officer
in the United States Merchant Marines.
Mr. Woodall completed “The Executive
Management Program” at
the University of Virginia, Darden Graduate
School of Business Administration. Woodall
was president of MAW Inc., a maritime business
consulting firm providing management expertise
in determining the potential of business ventures
on both the national and international level.
Mr. Woodall was President of three operating
subsidiaries of NS Corporation. A marine terminal
located in Norfolk, Virginia, an ocean going
barge company out of Tampa Florida, and a
coal dumping, loading and ground storage facility
in Sandusky, Ohio.
He developed and implemented long and short
term strategic planning and quality management
with emphasis on labor production and cost
reductions. Mr. Woodall negotiated all labor,
lease and storage agreements with terminal
Mr. Woodall has served as a member of the
Advisory Committee of the Federal Maritime
Commission which made recommendations for
improvement to the United States Shipping
Act of 1984. He served as Chairman of The
Terminal Operators Conference of Hampton Roads
and Chairman of The Joint Association of Terminal
Operators. This association encompassed 31
port operators from Virginia to Texas. He
was also past President of
the Board of Goodwill Industries of Tidewater
and a former Commissioner of the Chesapeake
Woodall is currently retired and resides
in Chesapeake, Virginia with his wife Marilyn.
They have two daughters and two grandchildren.